Make this super easy, super fun ductile, foam RC airboat. via instructables
I went to my local hardware store and came across some sheets of foam. Earlier that day I had been working with my old airboat and realized how terribly built it really was. That’s when I came up with the idea to make a super light, basically indestructible and powerful airboat. To my surprise it was actually easier to build than I initially thought. Since it’s only a sheet of foam, it’s not exactly rocket science to build one yourself. Try it, you won’t be disappointed!
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